Certificate in CBT – Theoretical Understanding & Skills

This Certificate is specifically designed to raise awareness of students of the fundamental theoretical and practical applications of Cognitive Behavioural approaches in interpersonal care.

It will emphasise the importance of structured assessment and interventions based on theoretical understandings of CBT, its evolution, and traditions. It intends to heighten awareness, of the importance of such theories in the delivery of professional practice in areas such as Counselling & Psychotherapy.

On successful completion of this Certificate, participants will receive a College Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Approaches in Interpersonal Practice. This course is a 10 ECTS module from the BA Programme in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies and has an assignment attached, for those who do not wish to complete the associated assignment, the College will issue a Certificate of Attendance. All certificates run subject to a viable cohort.

  • Duration: 8 Weeks
  • Tuition Fees: €700
  • Start Date: April 5th 2021
  • Delivered 100% Online
This course will be offered at the following locations

Dublin: The next Dublin Certificate course will take place part-time starting Monday 29th March 2021, for 8 weeks (6.00pm to 10.00pm). Please note that it will be delivered 100% online from Griffith College.  Open for Registration

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 26th March 2021

Timetable:
Monday  5th  April 2021 Monday 12th April 2021 Monday 19th April 2021 Monday 26th April 2021 Monday 17th May 2021
Monday 24th May 2021 Monday 31st May 2021 Monday 7th June 2021
Fees for this programme are €700

*Please note that class dates/times may be subject to change. Courses are subject to viable cohort.

The Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Approaches in Interpersonal Practice takes places over 8 weeks. This Certificate is specifically designed to raise awareness of students of the fundamental theoretical and practical applications of Cognitive Behavioural approaches in interpersonal care

On successful completion of this Certificate, participants will receive a College Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Approaches in Interpersonal Practice. This course is a 10 ECTS module from the BA Programme in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies and has an assignment attached, for those who do not wish to complete the associated assignment, the College will issue a Certificate of Attendance. All certificates run subject to a viable cohort

 Can I study this programme on a full or part-time basis?

This programme is available only on a part-time basis and will run 1 evening per week over 8 weeks from 6.00 to 9 pm

Fees

Fees for the Module are €700. Upon successful completion of the programme, you will obtain a College Certificate and 10 ECTS credits on the National Framework of Qualifications. This Certificate is a 10 credit module from the Third year of the BA in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies with the Irish College of Humanities and Applied Sciences; successful participants on the certificate programme may apply to progress on to the BA in Counselling Skills and Psychotherapy Studies. Should you wish to proceed with the ICHAS Degree Programme, tuition fees for this degree will be reduced by €300 for Participants of this Certificate.

To proceed with an application for this programme, please apply online at www.griffith.ie/apply or www.myichas.ie. Deposit can be paid at https://secure.gcd.ie/jm-studetails.php#contactaccounts

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 26th  March  2021

See further information at: or please contact Tony at ICHAS at tony.obrien@ichas.ie or on 061 216288

Structure of Course The Certificate in Counselling & Psychotherapeutic Skills & Practice is a 10 week programme.

Course Content will include:
The Theoretical and philosophical basis for CBT Cognitive models and Cognitive-behavioural models REBT Models
CBT and Mindfulness approaches The relationship between Cognitions and Experience. Evaluation of Efficacy of CBT approaches
Treatment planning and Contracts in CBT The Therapeutic Relationship in CBT

Assessment practices in CBT

CBT interventions as an element of integrated care approaches.
Relationship between CBT and medical approaches. Measurement and CBT

CBT and other intervention approaches

Evaluative comparisons

Relationship with other psychotherapeutic processes.


How will I be assessed?
TBA

What supports will I have?

ICHAS is a college with a proven track record in delivering high-quality education. At ICHAS, every lecturer and member of staff is committed to this ideal and to its implementation. We work on an individual basis with our students to bring this about, ensuring we meet your specific needs. We also have a proven track record of working with our students to overcome any barriers to progression that may occur your course.

Who Awards My Qualification and how well recognised is it?

The course is validated by Quality and Qualification Ireland (QQI). QQI is an Irish awarding body and sets standards for awards they make on the NFQ. QQI has overall responsibility for the quality of 3rd level academic programmes in Ireland. See www.qqi.ie for further information.

What are the entry requirements for this course?

To join the Certificate course, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Be over 18 years of age.
  • Complete and submit the online application  and provide any requested information.

If you have any difficulty in applying for this course, then please contact the college on 061 216288 where we will be only too pleased to assist you.

This Certificate  has many unique features that make it one of the leading programmes of this type in Ireland, these include;

  • It is on the National Framework of Qualifications
  • The certificate is derived from a programme that has recently been revalidated by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), ensuring up to date teaching methods, programme content and quality.
  • It is delivered by lecturers who work in this field, who are passionate about your education and dedicated to sharing their experience and expertise.
  • It covers topic areas that are relevant to society.

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Available at our Dublin and Limerick Campuses

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